Patrick Churchill scored three goals and the Trinity-Placentia I.J. Smith Home Building Centre Flyers won only their second game of the Penney Kia St. John’s Junior Hockey League season Sunday with a 7-6 victory over CBR Assante Wealth Management Renegades at Whitbourne Arena Sunday afternoon.
Connor Stevens, Curtis March, Josh st. George and Colin Jackson each score once for the Flyers.
Mitch King scored three times for the Renegades. Chris Butler added a pair of markers. Brandon O’Neill had one goal with two assists.
Churchill and King were selected the Jungle Jim’s players of the game.
The Renegades outshot the Flyers 41-35, while the Flyers picked up six of the game’s 10 penalties.
In Sunday’s other game, the St. John’s Hickman Automotive Group Caps defeated the Mount Pearl Mark’s Dakota Wild 5-3 at the Glacier.
Ryan Perks scored three goals to lead the second-place Caps, who moved to within three points of league-leading Avalon Roebothan McKay Marshall Capitals in the team standings.
Jamie Pender and Garrett Murphy each scored once for the winners.
Steve Barrett scored twice for the Wild and Chad Thompson had the other goal.
The Wild outshot the Caps 40-39.
Thompson and Perks were named the players of the game.
The game was tied at 1-1 after the first period, while the Caps took a 4-1 led into the third frame.
Southern Shore 5, Celtics 4 (SO)
Daniel Dalton scored the shootout winner for the C&W Offshore Breakers at Southern Shore Arena.
Brandon Baird scored twice and assisted on one goal. Mitchell Martin and DJ Elliott had the other goals for the Breakers who were outshot 53-44.
Chris Blackwood scored three goals for BK Services Celtics, giving him a league-leading 22 on the season. Alex Riggs had the other goal.
C.B.N. 5, Flyers 1
At Bay Arena, Zach Laing paced the MoorFrost Stars with a pair of goals. Singles came from Jonathan Tozer, Brandon Petten and Zack Quinton.
Greg Edison scored for the Flyers.
Trinity-Placentia outshot the Stars 40-30.
Laing and Flyers’ Patrick Churchill were named players of the game.